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Refugees to leave Manus detention centre for US in October

Refugees being held on Manus Island will begin leaving for the United States in October.
SBS

Peter Dutton vows Manus Island will close in October despite Donald Trump refugee intake

'We have been caught up in the US process, they have a quota each year."
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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News video: Asylum seekers in limbo as Manus Island refugee prison set to close

Asylum seekers in limbo as Manus Island refugee prison set to close 02:45

The Manus Island detention centre is set close by the end of October, but it is not clear where the men living there will go.
Source: Al Jazeera STUDIO -

News video: Activists Scale Melbourne's Channel 7 Building to Protest Immigration Laws

Activists Scale Melbourne's Channel 7 Building to Protest Immigration Laws 01:14

Five activists scaled the Channel 7 building in Melbourne to protest federal immigration policy, holding up a sign saying &ldquo;Deportation = Death&rdquo; on Friday, June 23. The demonstrators..
Source: Rumble -

News video: Australia pays millions in compensation to refugees

Australia pays millions in compensation to refugees 01:02

Nearly 2,000 refugees held in a remote detention centre in Papua New Guinea are to receive the equivalent of 47 million euros in compensation after the Australian government agreed to settle their..
Source: Euronews English -

News video: Australia to pay millions in compensation to Manus detained refugees

Australia to pay millions in compensation to Manus detained refugees 02:23

The Australian government has agreed to compensate almost 2000 asylum seekers and refugees held at its offshore prison camp on Manus Island.
Source: Al Jazeera STUDIO -

News video: Hanson Irate as Court Orders Government to Compensate Asylum Seekers

Hanson Irate as Court Orders Government to Compensate Asylum Seekers 03:37

A group of asylum seekers who were detained on Manus Island over four years will receive a combined $70 million payout from the Australian government to settle a lawsuit alleging physical and..
Source: Storyful Studio -

 

Dutton reveals timeline for Manus closure

Federal Minister for Immigration Peter Dutton has revealed Papua New Guinea's detention centre on Manus Island will close by the end of October.
SBS

Dire report marks fourth anniversary of offshore processing

SBS World News Radio: A new report from human rights groups shows refugees and people seeking asylum endure a critical or major incident on Manus Island almost every day.  
SBS

'Enough is enough': human rights group calls for end to Manus, Nauru

The nearly 2000 asylum seekers on Manus Island and Nauru should be "evacuated immediately" to Australia.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

World News Radio July 17

The Army granted new powers to respond to unfolding terror attacks; Manus Island's forgotten refugees, from when Papua New Guinea was still an Australian colony; the latest from the Tour de France and..
SBS

Manus Island's forgotten refugees

SBS World News Radio: As Australia shuts down its detention centre on Manus, refugees in another camp on the island have been offered Papua New Guinean citizenship after fleeing their homes almost five..
SBS

Manus settlement deadline may be too tight

A court is considering the processes required before it approves the $70 million settlement of a class action by current and former Manus Island detainees.
SBS

Refugees could be delayed entry to US

Refugees being detained on Manus Island and Nauru could be delayed entry to the United States after the Trump administration reached its annual limit.
SBS

Manus Island and Nauru refugees face possible delay into US

US President Donald Trump's reduction of America's annual refugee intake from 110,000 to 50,000 earlier this year could mean possible delays for the US-Australia refugee swap arrangement.
SBS

Fear and confusion among refugees as Manus detention centre closes

SBS World News Radio: There is fear and confusion among refugees on Manus Island as the Australian government starts to shut down the detention centre and with little word about the US resettlement.
SBS

Peter Dutton's dissembling Manus defence demolished

Congratulations to the Herald editorial for exposing Peter Dutton's dissembling defence that the $90 million Manus Island refugee settlement saved us money as just another contemptible and puerile..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'The scale of rejection': refugee advocates fear US resettlement deal only helps a few

Refugee advocates say a US deal to resettle refugees from the Manus Island detention centre is expected to include a very small number of detainees.
SBS

US to notify Manus Island detainees about their fate within six weeks

The US will tell dozens of refugees held in PNG's Manus Island detention centre whether they will be offered resettlement in America within six weeks.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

US to reveal Manus decision 'in six weeks'

Detainees on the Manus Island detention centre have told Reuters they'll learn within six weeks if they've been offered resettlement in the US.
SBS

PNG PM wants tourists to flock to Manus

Papua New Guinea's leader is pinning hopes on a tourism boost for Manus Island once the controversial Australian-funded detention centre shuts.
SBS

Secrecy is the only winner in Manus Island court settlement

The government would not have parted with a single dollar, let alone $90 million, if it believed it could successfully contest the claims of negligence and false imprisonment on Manus Island in court.
Brisbane Times


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